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The Under Seat Rolling Carry On.
Unlike most rolling carry-ons that have to be hefted into an overhead bin, this model can be rolled from curb to airline aisle, then placed under the seat in front of you. With the handle collapsed, the carry-on is only 15" tall, ensuring unobtrusive storage under most airline seats. Despite its compact size, the carry-on has two side pockets and a 14-1/2" x 11-3/4" main compartment for storing a weekend's worth of clothes.
A padded front pocket holds a 15" standard screen laptop, and the top compartment can be unzipped to expand an extra 3".
Ballistic nylon case with self-mending zippers and inline skate wheels.
15" H x 16" W x 10" D. (7-1/2 lbs.)
The main inside compartment is big enough to carry 4 days of light clothes a 14" laptop and a dvd a 10" DVD player and a few DVD's plus your bathroom needs. You out side is really only good for your paper goods and nothing big, but all in all it is a great bag.
This carry on is so convenient and accommodating for travel. The inside pockets have slots for personal care and toiletry items. Then in the center you can place some clothing items or shoes. The top is expandable where you can place underwear. The sides are convenient for placing all your necessary traveling items: passport, itinerary, pens, etc. I love this.
The underseat carry-on I purchased met my expectations. It has enough inside room for a pair of shoes, a change of clothes and all the stuff I bring on-board when I travel (workout shorts, t-shirt), netbook, a couple book to read, some other electronic stuff. With space disappearing in the cabin of most domestic airlines, it is handy that it does fit in the small space under the seat. Even under the aisle seats which have slightly less space. I did have to jam the bag in a bit on the aisle.
I bought this based on the description that said "this model can be rolled from curb to airline aisle, then placed under the seat in front of you . . . under most airline seats". Pay attention to the word "most". I understand it doesn't mean "all", however on the two flights I took after buying it, it didn't fit under the seat in front of me either time, without a herculean effort, and this was in first class, without the 3" expansion, and the handle down. So, if you want to put the effort into getting it under a seat, you can, if you don't mind looking like an idiot while doing so. Happy flying!